Real Name:
Tracy Pillsworth
Co-founder Of Miller Block Studio.
Late one fall night in 1994, in Vancouvers' Downtown Eastside, Darryl Neudorf and Tracy Pillsworth met with Tom Anselmi of the band Copyright. The three met on the top floor of a building that was built in 1948 through Jim Carrico who had found the Hastings Street space for lease. An artists' co-operative was about to burgeon and become home to a group of people generating dozens of CDs and vinyl representing Vancouvers' eclectic underground. Neudorf and Pillsworth lent Anselmi their recording equipment to record what was to become Copyright's second CD, Love Story. The building of a recording studio that was soundproofed and secure followed. The studio was named after the arched words painted in gold on the front of the buildings' black and green tiled facade; Miller Block was born.

Throughout the 1990s, Neudorf designed, managed, owned and operated Miller Block with Tracy Pillsworth (aka Sugarpill), where he did much of his recording and production. This work resulted in scores of releases in a wide variety of genres from underground rock to roots rock to country to avant-garde electronica. Among others, this list includes cub, Duotang, Neko Case, Kinnie Starr, Herald Nix, The New Pornographers, Superconductor, Kevin Kane, I Am Spoonbender, Twilight Circus Dub Sound System, Faust and Dead Voices on Air. The merging of equipment, space and trust surrounding Miller Block resulted in a creative studio environment that flourished for six years, until the Fall of 2000.
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Sugarpill Discography Tracks


none Sugarpill - Untitled album art Darryl Neudorf + Sugarpill Darryl Neudorf + Sugarpill - Untitled(CDr, Album, Promo) Not On Label none US 1999 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

SP001 Sugarpill - Miles Away album art Sugarpill Miles Away(CDr, EP) Ferryman Music Productions SP001 UK 2016 Sell This Version